The Richmond Observer

The Richmond Observer

Congratulations to the following high school students who made Honor Roll for the first nine-week grading period:

Congratulations to the following middle school students who made Honor Roll for the first nine-week grading period:

Congratulations to the following elementary school students who made Honor Roll for the first nine-week grading period:

ROCKINGHAM – October was an award-winning month for Richmond County Emergency Services. At the annual North Carolina Public Safety Communications Conference held in Cherokee, N.C., from October 1 through 4, several Richmond County government employees were honored.

By the time you’re reading this, I hope you’ve picked your turkey, prepared your stuffing and mash potatoes and removed your Pecan pie from the oven.

PINEHURST – Tim Moore wasn’t looking for a quick-fix diet when he decided to lose weight. 

HAMLET - In the wake of possible politicking at this year's Seaboard Festival, the City of Hamlet has filed a formal complaint with the Internal Revenue Service.

ROCKINGHAM – The Richmond County Partnership for Children was recently awarded a grant through the North Carolina Partnership for Children (NCPC) to administer the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.  

WASHINGTON – Yesterday, Congressman Robert Pittenger (NC-09) voted “yes” on historic tax reform that, according to his office, will allow ordinary Americans to keep more of their paychecks, create jobs, raise wages, and encourage companies to do business in America.

ROCKINGHAM – November is National Adoption Month, and in North Carolina, there are more than 12,000 15–18 year olds in foster care according to statistics from the Children’s Bureau.

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